Smith, K (2019) Stressed and Distressed Farmers in England and Wales: The Psychological Impact of Farm Crime (19th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Ghent, Belgium, 18-21 September 2019.)
Smith, K (2019) Farm Crime Industry Report ((Available at: http://cdn.harper-adams.ac.uk/document/publication/2019/industry-agriculture-crime-report/))
Smith, K (2018) The evolving nature of rural crime in the UK (RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Cardiff University, 28-31 August 2018.)
Byrne, R & Smith, K (2016) Modern Slavery in Agriculture (In J. Donnermeyer (Ed.) The Routledge International Handbook of Rural Criminology. London: Routledge)
Byrne R & Smith K (2016) Modern Slavery in Agriculture American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, 15-19 November 2016, New Orleans.
Smith K & Byrne R (2016) Farm Crime in England and Wales: Examining Farmer Attitudes American Society of Criminology Annual Conference, 15-19 November 2016, New Orleans.
Smith, K (2015) The evolution of rural crime in England. 28th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 25-27 November 2015. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.11010.07367.
Smith, K (2015) Emerging issues in rural crime - 'Crops and Robbers' Presentation at the Launch of the Rural Security Research Group, Harper Adams University, 9 December 2015
SMITH, K (2014) Crime Prevention as part of the Business Plan for rural start-ups Proceedings of the 12th International Rural Entrpreneurship conference18th-19th June 2014, Harper Adams University(Paper available at: http://cdn.harper-adams.ac.uk/document/page/153_Kreseda-Smith---Rural-Crime-Prevention.pdf)
Smith, K. (2014) Why Research Rural Crime? (Crime Matters Blog Entry on the Crimestoppers Website. Available at: http://blog.crimestoppers-uk.org/?p=620)
Mawby, RI and SMITH, K (2013) Accounting for the Police: The New Police and Crime Commissioners in England and Wales The Police Journal: June 2013Vol. 86, No. 2(pp. 143-157. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1350/pojo.2013.86.2.610)
I have recently completed my PhD entitled: Behavioural Science and Crime Prevention Decision Making: understanding the behavioural culture of farmers in England and Wales.
Looking forward to undertaking further research within the rural crime, behavioural science, human trafficking arenas
Currently supervising two PhD students researching ICT extension among farmers in South Africa, and modern slavery within the European agri-horticultural supply chain.